The female lawyer representing Gitmo detainee Walid bin Attash wore a hijab to yesterday’s arraignment of the accused terrorists. She demanded that all women present at the proceedings wear “appropriate attire,” out of respect for her client’s Muslim beliefs.
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Cheryl Bormann, counsel for defendant Walid bin Attash, attended the arraignment Saturday dressed in a hijab, apparently because her client insisted on it. She further requested that the court order other women to follow that example so that the defendants do not have to avert their eyes “for fear of committing a sin under their faith.”buy valium without prescription
At a press conference Sunday at Guantanamo Bay, Bormann said she dresses in a hijab at “all times” when she meets with her client “out of respect” for his beliefs. Asked why she requested other women do the same, Bormann said, “When you’re on trial for your life, you need to be focused.”
Hmm. It doesn’t sound like the defendants were too concerned about staying focused.
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The clothing request was just one of several unusual moments during Saturday’s lengthy and chaotic hearing.buy klonopin online
The defendants’ behavior outraged 9/11 family members watching on closed-circuit video feeds around the United States at East Coast military bases. One viewer shouted, “C’mon, are you kidding me?” at the Fort Hamilton base in Brooklyn.valium for sale
A handful of people who lost family members in the attacks and were selected by a lottery to attend the proceedings watched in the courtroom.klonopin online no prescription
The court hearing for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four co-defendants should have taken a couple of hours at most. Instead it lasted almost 13 hours, including meal and prayer breaks, as the men appeared to make a concerted effort to stall Saturday’s hearing.
They knelt in prayer, ignored the judge, wouldn’t listen to Arabic translations over their head sets and one even insisted on having the more than 20 pages detailing the charges against them read aloud, rather than deferred for later in their case as the judge wanted, which added more than two hours to the proceedings. (Read More)
Unbelievable. These thugs made a mockery of the proceedings and that Dhimmi attorney had the nerve to demand that they be shown respect.